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Saturday, September 4, 2010

Bridal Fair and Show

Melissa and I were finally able to attend a Bridal Fair with Tanya, her Mom, Arthur (her brother) and Tracy.
They have been to several...with more to come.

This beautiful carraige was in front of the venue.
So pretty! 

There were lots of vendors with lots of samples...yummy!
And lots of drawings!

Then there was the Fashion Show.
The Models were beautiful, of course, and the dresses amazing!
I won't bore you with alot of photos, just a few :)

There were Bridesmaid Dresses....

Flower Girls Dresses...
caught her as she was twirling ;)

then of course,
Wedding Dresses!

The models were dancing so it was difficult
to get a shot that wasn't blurry....
that's my story and I'm sticking to it!

Lots of the dresses had lacing up the back

The finale

They each threw white Roses into the crowds

One landed next to Arthur and he gave it his sister....awwww

The blonde all the way to the left (clapping) is running for Miss California...
darn, can't rememeber her name.

It was fun.
Boy, is there way more things to do now with so many decisions to make...
was so much easier when I got married.
Of course, that was back in the caveman days :o



  1. Hi Deb, It was easier when our son got married. Not near the decisions or cost. When our daughter got married that was different. We went to the bridal fairs and there were so many decisions. She found her dress and she was lucky. She had paid for it up front and right after she picked it up. The bridal shop closed. I didn't want her to do it, but she did. We have a seamstress who has sown for her for a long time who did the alterations and made the attendants dresses. It turned out beautiful. You are right there are a lot of decisions. Her flowers were artifical because she has allergies to fresh flowers. I know her wedding will be pretty and be looking forward to seeing pictures. Your Missouri Friend.

  2. Hey Deb. My only child, a son eloped. I was so disappointed. I always had wanted a daughter to do these things with. I know I would be a wreak with all the decisions and choices but it must be fun. I'm enjoying watching the process through you.

    Hugs...Tracy :)

  3. Ugh, I don't want to think about it.


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